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Write Now! with YCPL and The Muse

Find The Muse and WRITE NOW! Join The Muse Writers Center and York County Public Library online for a monthly free prompt-based writing class. Register to Join: bit.ly/WriteNowYCPL  Do you wonder if you can write? Have you always wanted to write a story? Are you looking for a little inspiration? Do you need a little…

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MarsCon 2022

Join The Muse Writers Center at MarsCon 2022, Southeast Virginia’s longest running science fiction and fantasy convention. Special guests include authors Peter V. Brett, David Weber, Phillip Pournelle; artist Kaysha Siemens; musician Mikey Mason; and Muse friends N. A. Ratnayake, Jason Ray Carney, Chase A. Folmar, and Michael Khandelwal. It’s the most fun convention of…

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How to write a play: The basics of dramatic storytelling and more

The Muse and Norfolk Little Theatre are partnering to present a 4-week introductory course on the art of playwriting.  The course will focus on understanding basic dramatic structure: how do you keep a plot moving? What are the three things you should never have a character say? How do you show, not tell? How do you…

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How to write a play: The basics of dramatic storytelling and more

The Muse and Norfolk Little Theatre are partnering to present a 4-week introductory course on the art of playwriting.  The course will focus on understanding basic dramatic structure: how do you keep a plot moving? What are the three things you should never have a character say? How do you show, not tell? How do you…

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How to write a play: The basics of dramatic storytelling and more

The Muse and Norfolk Little Theatre are partnering to present a 4-week introductory course on the art of playwriting.  The course will focus on understanding basic dramatic structure: how do you keep a plot moving? What are the three things you should never have a character say? How do you show, not tell? How do you…

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How to write a play: The basics of dramatic storytelling and more

The Muse and Norfolk Little Theatre are partnering to present a 4-week introductory course on the art of playwriting.  The course will focus on understanding basic dramatic structure: how do you keep a plot moving? What are the three things you should never have a character say? How do you show, not tell? How do you…

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Self and World: Writing the Poems that Matter

This event is part of a year-long calendar of programs centering poetry as public engagement, presented by Virginia Poet Laureate Luisa A. Igloria in collaboration with The Muse Writers Center. It is made possible with generous support from the Academy of American Poets and the Mellon Foundation.   In this free, 2-hour workshop, we will…

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Thought Radio For Adults: A Songwriting Experience

This is a free online program for adults with Skye Zentz in partnership with the Slover Library. You can register for the event here. In a busy world of technological connectivity, we are constantly being bombarded with the suggestions and opinions of other people. All the noise of these outside influences can make it hard…

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Thought Radio For Adults: A Songwriting Experience

This is a free online program for adults with Skye Zentz in partnership with the Slover Library. You can register for the event here. In a busy world of technological connectivity, we are constantly being bombarded with the suggestions and opinions of other people. All the noise of these outside influences can make it hard…

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Thought Radio For Adults: A Songwriting Experience

This is a free online program for adults with Skye Zentz in partnership with the Slover Library. You can register for the event here. In a busy world of technological connectivity, we are constantly being bombarded with the suggestions and opinions of other people. All the noise of these outside influences can make it hard…

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